Robin Leach, the longtime host of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” passed away on Friday at the age of 76.
Throughout his career, he interviewed several millionaires and billionaires — including the man who would go on to become America’s 45th president, Donald Trump.
During one interview in 1994, Leach asked Trump to discuss his daughter Tiffany Trump, who at the time was a newborn baby. In particular, Leach asked Trump to describe the ways in which she resembled him and the ways in which she resembled her mother, Trump’s second wife Marla Maples.
“Well, I think that she’s got a lot of Marla,” Trump said. “She’s a really beautiful baby. She got, uh, Marla’s legs.”
The future president then took his hands and cupped them around the area of his breasts and said, “I don’t know whether she’s got this part yet, but time will tell.”
Maples responded by laughing uncomfortably.
Watch the video below.
Lincoln Project whacks the president: ‘We end COVID when we end Trump’s presidency’
President Donald Trump on Thursday held a campaign rally in Wisconsin with supporters "packed in like sardines."
At the rally, Trump ridiculed former Vice President Joe Biden for social distancing at campaign appearances with America's death toll over 200,000. Also on Thursday, Biden held a town hall meeting on CNN where he spoke in-depth about the challenges of a coronavirus vaccine.
The Lincoln Project, the group of former top GOP strategists working to defeat Trump, said that "only one candidate will protect your family from coronavirus" in a new video.
Trump mocked for 95-minute ‘slurring’ campaign speech — before crowd ‘packed in like sardines’ in Wisconsin
President Donald Trump gave a fear-filled and factually inaccurate campaign rally in Mosinee, Wisconsin on Thursday.
The rally, held in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, featured a large crowd closely packed together.
Here's some of what people were saying about Trump's speech, which lasted approximately 95 minutes:
Trump is slurring and sounds tired pic.twitter.com/6MJLw2fpms
Trump: A Biden presidency would mean ‘no guns, no religion, no energy, no oil’
At President Donald Trump's rally on Thursday night in Mosinee, Wisconsin, he offered his supporters a dire — and baseless — warning about what a Joe Biden presidency would mean for America, and for their lives.
"Remember this in politics — it's always the thing that they say first. That's what they're going to do," said Trump. "No guns, no religion, no energy, no oil. Remember that, remember."
Contrary to Trump's claim, Biden has not called for eliminating any of those four things in his campaign, or indeed at any point of his career in politics.